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Uganda football fans get into the Champions' League mix

By Michael Nsubuga

Added 28th May 2018 02:29 PM

Real has not lost a Champions League final since 1981, and they become the first team to win three in a row since Bayern Munich in the mid70’s.​

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Real has not lost a Champions League final since 1981, and they become the first team to win three in a row since Bayern Munich in the mid70’s.​

PIC: DStv's Herbert Walugembe (left) hands over an Explora to Mohammed Ssekamate after the Champion's League screening at Sheraton Hotel, on Sunday. (Credit: Michael Nsubuga)
 
FOOTBALL
 
Champions' League: Final 
Results: Sunday
Real Madrid v Liverpool
           
KAMPALA - Ugandan football fans had another night to remember as Real Madrid won their 13th European Champions League title in Kiev on Saturday night.
 
A few lucky ones will not only remember the four goals scored on the night and Gareth Bale’s spectacular second goal for Madrid, but walked away with fantastic prizes courtesy of DStv and Pepsi.
 
The official viewing point for invited city dwellers was at the Sheraton Hotel side attended by over 100 fans who watched the action on a huge screen at the pool side.
 
For Cliff Mbage, Craig Bowman, Mike Mwesigye who won a flat screen TV each for predicting the right score and Mohammed Ssekamatte who won himself a DStv Explorer, couldn’t have asked for more.
 

Winnie Nwagi and her queen dancers entertain fans during the Champion's League screening at Sheraton Hotel. (Credit:Michael Nsubuga)

 
Over 11 fans had got the 3-1 prediction right and MCee Andrew cKabuura had no option but to subject them to a mini draw conducted by NTV’s Johnson Omolo, Sheraton Hotel’s General Manager Jean-Phillippe Bittencourt, Pepsi’s Elizabeth Mutamuliza and DStv’s Herbert Walugembe who handed them their prizes.
 
They recieved prizes such as mobile phones for a right half time score, that went to Musa Wandera, David Taryomwe and Dan Nankunda.
 
What is a football final without eats and drinks?
 
Drinks both soft and hard were also in plenty including live music performances from Winnie Nwagi and Bebe Cool who kept the football fans even more entertained.

Real Madrid fans celebrate one of the Gareth Bale goals during the Champion's League screening at Sheraton Hotel. (Credit: Michael Nsubuga)

Meanwhile, Mohammed Salah’s injury added to Liverpool fans’ misery on the night with many leaving the venue not sure whether their 'man' will be able to take part in the coming World Cup.
 
Real has  not lost a Champions League final since 1981, and they become the first team to win three in a row since Bayern Munich in the mid70’s.
 
 

 

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